Manuel de Reference pour la Formation en Supervision [Reference Manual for Supervision Training]
This is a training manual in which supervisors can master knowledge, attitudes or skills by employing the following methods:
- Active participation of the learner. This approach to training allows the participant to have a learning experience that he or she leads. This is accomplished with the help of a trainer who acts as a facilitator and a modification of the concept of evaluation and use of test results.
- Supervision of the participant. This approach to training gives the model behaviors to learn, is competency-based and incorporates humanistic training techniques.
- Within the framework of the learning to master approach, evaluation:
- is competency-based, meaning it relates to the objectives of the workshop and emphasizes the acquisition of the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed for performance at work and not just The acquisition of new knowledge.
- dynamic, because it allows participants to receive continuous feedback on their success in achieving the objectives of the course.
- less stressful, because from the outset participants, individually and collectively, know what they are supposed to learn; They also know where to find the information and they have enough time to discuss it with the trainer.
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